Six Urban Adventures to Experience This Summer in The #PalmBeachesFL
With 47 miles of pristine beaches, it’s easy to spend hours laying seaside soaking up that Vitamin D. But beyond the beach, there is fun to be had in unexpected places throughout The Palm Beaches, including these urban adventure hot spots:
Antique Row in West Palm Beach: With over 40 antique shops offering an impressive selection of 17th- to 20th-century antiques, fine and decorative arts, period deco, vintage and modern furnishings, and much more, Antique Row is a charming district in West Palm Beach. All within walking distance, this vast array of quality antiques stores, specialty shops and art galleries are complemented by several award-winning restaurants and unique consignment boutiques.
Craft Brew Scene of The Palm Beaches: Serving up flavorful blend of local craft brews, you’re sure to find something on draft to excite your taste buds at one of The Palm Beaches’ 12 micro-breweries and many neighborhood pubs. Sip on a tall, cold pint at Barrel of Monks, Brewzzi and The Funky Buddha in Boca Raton, Copperpoint, Devour and Due South in Boynton Beach, The Corner Cafe and Tequesta Brewing Co. in Tequesta, Twisted Trunk in Palm Beach Gardens or Accomplice Brewery & Ciderworks in West Palm Beach. Can’t decide? Purchase the all-new Discover Brew Pass and sample five breweries for just $15.
Northwood Village in West Palm Beach: Known as a “creative arts district,” Northwood Village is a funky bohemian village comprised of one-of-a-kind shops, galleries, restaurants and cafes. Be sure to mark your calendar for Northwood Village ArtNight Out, an art fair series taking place the last Friday of every month from 6 – 9 p.m.
Pineapple Grove Art District in Delray Beach: Located just off Atlantic Avenue in Downtown Delray Beach, Pineapple Grove Art District features an eclectic mix of restaurants, cafes, boutiques, galleries and entertainment venues. Stop into El Camino for tapas and margaritas, wander through more than 20 art studios and galleries in Artist Alley, accessorize at Furst or take in live music at Kevro's Art Bar.
South Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach: Grato and Jereve at Emko have recently joined Table 26, Kitchen and Sushi Jo’s to make South Dixie Highway an exceptional dining and entertainment destination in West Palm Beach. In fact, foodies can’t wait for the Summer 2016 opening of Chef Clay Carnes’ newest restaurant, Cholo Soy Cocina. The highly acclaimed Norton Museum of Art, which is currently undergoing renovations, adds cultural flare to this vibrant strip of new restaurants, shops and nightlife options.
Underground Music Scene in Lake Worth: Lake Worth’s cool factor is through the roof. From reggae to blues and jazz to hip-hop, live music and entertainment can be found four to five nights a week at unique venues such as Bamboo Room, Propaganda and Rhum Shak.